Turkey Without Legs 
Warning: this poem is not suitable for Vegetarians or Vegans!
Here’s a thing you did not know
And I assure you that it’s so
Legless turkey is being served
A phenomenon I have observed
As you see from this tasty plate
Who needs legs you might debate?
When stuffing’s there and so’s the meat
With sprouts and roasties, quite complete
It’s just that somehow one does wonder
Has the chef just made a blunder
Or have those legs now gone astray?
Their absence may cause some dismay
However, I really have to claim
Legless turkey tastes the same
And with the trimmings on display
Such a meal will make your day
One final thought about this dish
As we munch together I would wish
Despite not being the real McCoy
This legless bird might still bring joy
And especially in this Covid year
When Christmas seems bereft of cheer
Turkey with legs, or without
Happily smiles next the sprouts!